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Guest Speakers

Associated University faculty in South Asia Center, East Asia Center, and Tibet Center have a wide range of expertise across disciplines, please contact the Outreach Coordinator for other areas of expertise which may not be listed here:

Richard B. Barnett, Associate Professor, Department of History (Early Modern South Asia, Contemporary Pakistan)

Mrinalini Chakravorty, Assistant Professor, Department of English (Postcolonial Literature and Theory)

John Echeverri-Gent, Associate Professor, Department of Politics (South Asian Public Policy and Political Development)

Daniel Ehnbom, Associate Professor, Department of Art History (South Asian Art)

Mehr Farooqi, Assistant Professor, Middle Eastern and South Asian Languages and Cultures (South Asian Literature in Hindi, Urdu, and English)

Robert A. Hueckstedt, Professor, Asian and Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures (Sanskrit and Hindi Language and Literature)

Ravindra S. Khare, Professor, Department of Anthropology (India, Social Anthropology, Symbolism, Food Studies, Popular Culture)

Karen C. Lang, Professor, Department of Religious Studies (Indian/Theravada Buddhist Studies, Sanskrit, and Pali, South Asian Literature)

Geeta Patel, Associate Professor, Middle Eastern and South Asian Languages and Cultures and Studies in Women and Gender

Prista Ratanapruck, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology (Nepali and Thai Studies)

Sheetal Sekhri, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics

Stephanie Van Hover, Associate Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Curry School of Education